Barthes con Lacan: lecturas impertinentes

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Title Barthes con Lacan: lecturas impertinentes
 
Creator Kohan, Alexandra
 
Description Analist/Analisante, writer/reader: Reading dilutes any pair of oppositions. If reading occures you can no longer delimit identity borders: writer/reader but, instead, we can afirm it reads, it writes. We will try to specify what way the reading in Barthes resists being systematized, and in this point, the way Barthes shifts relevance to the congenital impertinence of reading. The reading is impertinent, not because of “our lack of genius”, but because it, the reading, causes failure, at the same time as the “search for relevance”, to the “very concept of relevance”.
Analista/analizante, escritor/leyente: la lectura viene a diluir cualquier par de oposiciones. Si la lectura ocurre, ya no pueden delimitarse las fronteras identitarias del escritor y del lector y, a cambio, podríamos afirmar que eso se lee, eso se escribe; eso lee, eso escribe. Intentaremos precisar de qué modo la lectura en Barthes se resiste a ser sistematizada y, a la vez, en este punto, el modo en que Barthes desplaza la pertinencia a la impertinencia congénita de la lectura. La lectura es impertinente, no por “nuestra carencia de genialidad”, sino porque ella, la lectura, hace fracasar, a la vez que la “búsqueda de una pertinencia”, al “mismísimo concepto de pertinencia”.
 
Publisher CETYCLI
 
Date 2019-09-24
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://revista.badebec.org/index.php/badebec/article/view/402
 
Source Badebec; Vol. 9 Núm. 17 (2019): Septiembre 2019; 123-133
1853-9580
 
Language spa
 
Relation http://revista.badebec.org/index.php/badebec/article/view/402/374
 

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